foot traveler

See: pedestrian
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In the early days, foot travelers place stones as markers or posts by the side of the road, generally one per mile or fraction of a mile.
Among those interviewed here are humanitarian org volunteers who, like Wilson, patrol such areas to replenish water stations and hopefully find lost foot travelers.
On the other hand, aa lava is more viscous on surfacing--its irregular, sharp-pointed covering is difficult to walk on, making it nearly impassable for foot travelers.
Portland clearly favors foot travelers over automobiles.